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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Gandash (or Gaddash), Kassite leader, i. 81
Ganja (the modern Elizabetpol), i. 483 j

ii. 140,166 ; capture of, 257 ; battle of,

418

Gaokhana, lake of, i. 22
Gardanne,   General,   i.    188 j   military

mission to Persia,  ii.  402-403 ; 404,

405

" Garden of Death, The," ii. 27
Gardner, Prof.^ Percy, i. 329, 397, 401
Gargaphia, spring of, i. 221
Gathas, the, i. 116, 246   *
Gaud-i-Zirreh ('* Hollow of Zirreh"), i.

Gaugamela, battle at, i. 274

Gauhar Shad, mosque of, ii. 45, 236-238

Gauhar Shad Aga, wife of Shah Rukh, ii.

217, 219, 220
Gaul, i. 300 j invasion of Macedonia by

the Gauls, 317-318 5 defeated by Anti-

ochus I., 318 ; 342
Gaumata (Pseudo-Smenlis), i. 169 ; death

of, 170; 180, 188, 189, 208
Gautier, M,, i. $& footnote
Gayet, Albert, ii, 293 footnote
Gaykhatu, brother or* Arghun,  ii. 186,

187
Gaza, i. 168, 271; Battle of, 310; 311,

34 5  3

Gedrosia (the modern Makran), i. 295,
296

Gedrosians, the, i. 102

Geh, a village in Makran, i. 296

Gelani, the, i. 449

Gelon, i. 211, 219

Genesis, Book of, i* 136

Geok Bagh (Blue Garden), ii. 244

George III., King of England, ii. 405

George XIII., of Georgia, ii. 410

Georgia, ii, xox, 159, 165, 166, 167;
Tamerlane's campaign, 204 5 246, 263 j
Turkish invasion, 327-328 \ invasion by
Aga Mohamed, 388-389 ; annexed by
Russia, 410

Geraili Turks, the, ii, 258

Germaniana, the, vide Carmania

Gerraanicus, i. 403, 404

Germany, i. 419

Gerrha, i. 338

Ghajdavan, Battle of, ii. 243, 244

Ghalzais, the, vide Ghilzais

Ghasan Khan, son of Arghun, ii. 185,
186 j his reign, campaigns and achieve-
ments, 188-192; 226

Ghazna, or Ghazni, ii. 48, 91,95 5 dynasty
f95-97> 130, 127, 152, 154, 156,

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Ghias-u-Dm, 11, 165, 168
Ghias-u-Din Pir Ali, Kart Prince, ii. 201
Ghilji, the, 'vide Ghilzais

the, of Kandahar, ii 305-311,
334

Ghor, province of, ii. 127, 195
Ghorid Dynasty, ii. 120-121, 126, 140
Ghuzz   Turks,   ii.  98,   99,   113,  i2j;
capture  of  Sultan   Sanjar,  122-123"
atrocities and ravages of, 123-124; 126?
140, 167
Gibbon, Edward, i. 393, 410, 421, 443,
456; ii. xoj, 164, 215
Gihon, River (the Arab Jayhun), i, 24
Gilan, province of, i. 3, 9, xox, 103,121,
145, 449 j ii. 86 ; invasion by Uljaitu,
193 ; 204, 21 x, 240, 258, 346; Russian
descent on, 412-413
Gilan, Sea of (name for the Caspian Sea),
i. 28
Gilgamesh,  or  Gilgames,  legend   of, i,
62-63
Gilgit,i. 257
Girishk, i. 286
Glabio, i. 369
Goa, ii. 272
Gobi Desert, ii. 145
Gobryns, father-in-law of Darius, i. 161,
178, 188, 208
Gogann, i. 149
Gokcha, district  of, ii, 411 ;  seized  by
Russia, 416-417
Gofccha, Lake, i, 25
Goklan tribe of Turkoman, i. 2
Goldsmid, Sir Frederic, ii,458^<tftf0te, 465,
466, 467, 469
Gombroon (Bandar Abbas), ii, 279, 282
Gordium, i. 266, 267
Gordius, i. 267
Gotarzes of Parthia, i. 400, 405, 406
Goths, the, i. 463
Gowland, W., i. 36 footnote
Gozan, River, i. 124
Granicus, Battle of the, i. 264-265, 269,
54*
Greaves, John, Oxford Professor, i7th
century, ii. 218
Grcbaiodov, M., murder of, ii. 421-422
Greece, 'vide also Hellas ; Aryan invasion,
i. 158; colonies in Asia Minor, 158-
159 5 176,177,178,179, 182,184,198,
199-208 5 military position, 211;, raids
on Asia Minor, 227; Mamun. takes field
against, ii. 74 5 Motasim's campaign, 80
Greenlaw, John (Archbishop John), ii.
210
Green well, Canon, i, 196
Grote, George, i. 175, 176
Grotefend, G. F., i. 187
Grurabates, King of the Huns, i. 450
Grundy, Dr. G. B,, i. 198 footnote, 214
footnote, 2x8, 224
Gubazes, King, i. 490
Guchluk, the Kerait chief, ii. 127, 148,
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Gudea, King of Lagash, i, 72-73
Gulashkird, i, 298, 326